The British Post Office made a set of stamps to mark the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
I have completely forgotten about these and I will now have to start looking for them as they do not appear on the Post Office web site now.
The landscape stamps are:
The defence of Hougoumont
The Scots Grey's during the charge of the Union Brigade
The French cavalry’s assault on allied defensive squares
The defence of La Haye Sainte by the King’s German Legion
The capture of Plancenoit by the Prussians
The French Imperial Guard’s final assault
The horizontal stamps are:
92nd Gordon Highlanders
Light Infantry King’s German Legion
French Imperial Guard Grenadier
These stamps look great but I have never seen them around although how many of us now receive letters in our post from family or friends?
|This one is my favourite one out of the set|